Now that the NFL has decided to not dock the Seahawks a draft pick over the Richard Sherman situation, John Clayton takes stock of the selections Seattle is expected to have.
As of Tuesday, there weren’t many veteran options available for the Seahawks to bolster their offensive line. But several left tackles have suddenly popped into view.
John Clayton weighs in on four recent Seahawks developments: the NFL not punishing the team over the Richard Sherman situation, Cliff Avril’s surgery, Blair Walsh’s contract and the three changes to their coaching staff.
The Seahawks may still be favored to control the NFC West, but several stories that came out Thursday have thickened the plot for 2017 and beyond.
Patriots running back James White delivered an MVP-worthy performance in Super Bowl LI with three touchdowns. C.J. Prosise could be the Seahawks’ version of White, writes John Clayton.
The Falcons may not have the numbers yet like the Seahawks’ Legion of Boom when Dan Quinn was defensive coordinator, but they’re looking a lot like those great defenses he coached.
One of the central figures in Super Bowl LI is Falcons coach Dan Quinn. As much everyone talks about the seven Super Bowl appearances shared by Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, Quinn has been in three of the past four, two as the Seahawks’ defensive coordinator. Despite having a secondary decimated by injuries as Super […]
Kam Chancellor is entering the final year of his contract, which means he’s eligible for an extension. The Seahawks, though, may not want to make a long-term commitment with possible questions about his durability.
Jimmy Graham’s $10 million salary is a lot, but John Clayton writes that the Seahawks should build around him considering his otherworldly talent at tight end.
Cornerback has long been a strength for the Seahawks, but after DeShawn Shead’s ACL injury, they are already looking for ways to rebuild depth at the position.